Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal raised caution over the rising COVID-19 cases calling the circumstance “exceptionally troubling”, he said the load of oxygen and remdesivir drug for patients was draining rapidly.
New Delhi: As the quantity of COVID-19 contaminations keep on rising, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the pandemic circumstance has become “troubling”, with draining supply of oxygen and Remdesivir drug for patients.
Tending to an online question and answer session on Saturday the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) pioneer educated that around 24,000 new cases were accounted for just now, which is the most elevated single-day flood in the public capital till date.
“The instances of COVID-19 are rising quick in Delhi. Just now, around 24,000 new cases have been accounted for. Inside a day, the number has gone up from around 19,500 to around 24,000. In this way, the circumstance is intense and troubling,” Kejriwal said.
Further, the main clergyman said that he had mentioned Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan for enlarging supplies of oxygen, and Remdesivir and tocilizumab drugs for COVID-19 patients.
Prior, the Center persuaded the pharma organizations that manifacture anit-viral medication Remdesivir to diminish the cost of the infusion. The cost of the counter COVID-19 medication has been cut by almost Rs 2,000 for each infusion.
The counter popular medication will currently be sold for as less as Rs 899.